Parks Canada is worried spilled grain from a derailed train in Banff National Park will attract hungry grizzly bears to the tracks as they emerge from hibernation in the coming weeks.
The Transportation Safety Board says 20 railcars from a Canadian Pacific Railway freight train went off the tracks Thursday west of the Town of Banff, Alta.
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No one was hurt and there were no dangerous goods.
Ten of the derailed cars contained grain, including canola that spilled.
Parks Canada says the spilled grain will need to be removed quickly and thoroughly.
It also says the spill site will need to be cordoned off with electric fencing to keep wildlife away.